Staff of BA can fly anywhere in the world for just 10% of the full published fare, the Telegraph reports. When there are no seats available in economy, employees are often upgraded to business or first class.
‘We don’t regard these as a benefit in kind, since the cost to the airline of taking an extra passenger is covered by the 10% paid by the member of staff,’ a spokesman for BA said.
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